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Interstate 10 West (Beltway 8 West to Loop 1604 East)

This view of IH-10 can be seen from the ramp from Beltway 8. Photo taken August 8, 2006.
Temporary advance signage for exit 754, Kirkwood Road. Photo taken August 8, 2006.
Kirkwood Road exits here, as noted by a temporary sign. Photo taken August 8, 2006.
Use the next exit to reach Bear Creek Pioneers Park. Photo taken August 8, 2006.

Exit 753A serves Eldridge Parkway. We are now in the western suburbs of Houston, approaching Katy. The next exit is SH 6. First photo taken 5/27/05.
IH-10 returns to the original westbound lanes here. This sign notes of the upcoming move of westbound traffic to the new westbound lanes. Photo taken August 8, 2006.
Temporary advance signage for exit 751, SH 6 serving Addicks. Photo taken August 8, 2006.
SH 6 is an unnoficial loop of the west side of Houston, travelling between Beltway 8 and the future Grand Parkway. Photo taken August 8, 2006.
Exit 751 serves SH 6, Addicks Road. Photo taken August 8, 2006.
Advance signage for Exit 747B, Greenhouse Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.

The temporary signage for exit 747B shows Greenhouse Road and Barker Cypress Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Interestingly, the next exit is signed Exit 747. Fry Road is served from this exit. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The next exit is Exit 746, serving Westgreen Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.
This is a view of the Katy Freeway at Exit 746, under construction. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for Grand Parkway, SH 99. Grand Parkway is the third loop around Houston, but is mostly unconstructed. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Use Exit 740, Pin Oak Road, to reach Katy Mills, a large outlet mall. Photo taken 5/27/05.
This is a view of the freeway under construction, with an elevated section to replace the current surface section. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 1463, Pin Oak Road. FM 1463 runs from IH-10 to FM 1093 (Westheimer Road). Photo taken 5/27/05.
Leaving Katy and Houston behind, the next control city is Brookshire. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Use FM 359 to reach Brookshire. FM 359 starts east of Hempstead at US 290 and travels south via Brookshire to reach US 90A west of Richmond. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 1489, Koomey Road serving Simonton. Photo taken 5/27/05.
FM 1489 exits here, travelling south through Simonton to reach Orchard and eventually FM 1952. The next exit serves a picnic area. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The only picnic area between Houston and San Antonio is located in the median between freeway lanes. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The next control city is Sealy, with the ultimate control city being San Antonio. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 1458. FM 1458 starts in Pattison and travels west to IH-10, then south to Wallis. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Use FM 1458 to serve San Felipe and Frydek. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for US 90. US 90 is multiplexed with IH-10 from Exit 721 into Houston, but splits from IH-10 at various points to serve as a business loop through towns, such as Sealy. Photo taken 5/27/05.
This is a typical view of IH-10 between Houston and San Antonio. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for SH 36, serving Sealy and Bellville. SH 36 begins in Freeport and travels northwest to Milano. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 720 is a cloverleaf exit. We have now passed Sealy on our way west. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The next town is Columbus, followed by San Antonio. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for exit 716, Pyka Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Pyka road exits here. The next exit is Beckendorff Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for Beckendorff Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Beckendorff Road exits here. The next exit is FM 2761. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 2761, Bernardo Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.
FM 2761 exits here, connecting IH-10 to FM 949 near Ramsey. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 704 serves FM 949. FM 949 runs northeast to Cat Spring. Photo taken 5/27/05.
FM 949 exits here. The next exit serves SH 71. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Columbus is rapidly approaching, followed by San Antonio in the distance. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for SH 71. SH 71 is a major route that connects IH-10 to Austin, and is a more direct route from Houston to Austin than US 290. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Before we reach SH 71 West, SH 71 East exits. SH 71 continues to SH 35 near Blessing. Photo taken 5/27/05.
SH 71 is multiplexed with IH-10 for a short distance. The next town is Glidden as we have just passed Columbus. Photo taken 5/27/05.
SH 71 West splits from IH-10 to serve La Grange and Austin, via Bastrop at Exit 695. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 2434 serving Glidden. Photo taken 5/27/05.
FM 2434 splits from IH-10 here at exit 693, for its travel southwest to FM 155 south of Weimar. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for exit 689, US 90 (called Hattermann lane here). Photo taken 5/27/05.
US 90 crosses IH-10 here as Hattermann Lane. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The next town is Weimar, followed by San Antonio as the ultimate control city. Photo taken 5/27/05.
FM 155 serves Weimar at exit 682. FM 155 operates from La Grange to US 90A via Weimar. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The next town is Schulenburg. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Before reaching Schulenburg, US 90 crosses IH-10 again. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The next exit serves US 77, which goes through Schulenburg and La Grange. US 77 begins in the Rio Grande Valley and travels through Victoria before reaching IH-10. Photo taken 5/27/05.
US 77 crosses IH-10 here at exit 674. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The next exit is FM 2238, serving Engle. FM 2238 starts at US 90 near Engle and goes north to FM 956. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The next exit serves SH 95 and FM 609. SH 95 starts in Temple and goes south to Yoakum along US 77A. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Flatonia and Smithville are reached by SH 95 and FM 609. FM 609 travels northeast from Flatonia to La Grange. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 653 is US 90, serving Waedler. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Jumping ahead, we find advance signage for exit 632, serving US 90 and US 183 in Luling. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 632 has two large truck stops (Bucees and Loves). US 183 can be used to reach Palmetto state park, as seen on this sign at the bottom of the ramp. West of this point, US 90 is multiplexed with IH-10. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 625 serves Darst Field Road, which is used to access the Darst Oil Field. Photo taken 5/27/05.
The next town is Seguin, the last major town before reaching San Antonio. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 1104, serving Kingsbury. Photo taken 5/27/05.
FM 1104 operates from US 90 south to FM 1150 near Darst Oil Field. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 2438, near the new rest area under construction. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 617 is FM 2438. FM 2438 was originally designated to operate between US 90 at Kingsbury and IH-10, but now continues south to US 90A. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for US 90 serving Seguin. Photo taken 5/27/05.
At exit 612, US 90 separates from IH-10 to serve Seguin. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 464 at exit 605. Photo taken 5/27/05.
FM 464 is a short road in Seguin, operating from US 90 to IH-10 as Mill Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.
FM 725 begins in New Braunfels at IH-35, traveling south to McQueeney, then south and southeast past IH-10 to end at FM 467. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 775, serving New Berlin and La Vernia. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 601 serves FM 775. FM 775 travels south via New Berlin to La Vernia and SL 321, then south to FM 1303 in Canada Verde. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Advance signage for FM 465, serving Marion. Photo taken 5/27/05.
FM 465 exits here as exit 599. The next exit is FM 2538. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 593 serves FM 2538, Trainer Hale Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 591 serves FM 1518 and Schertz. Photo taken 5/27/05.
IH-10 from FM 1518 to Loop 410 is the 90th Infantry Division Memorial Highway. The 90th Infantry was comprised from Texas and Oklahoma during World War II, and involved in the invasion of Normandy. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Having passed the last Rest Area before San Antonio, the next exit is Pfeil Road and Graytown Road. Photo taken 5/27/05.
Exit 589 serves Pfeil Road and Graytown Road. The next exit is Loop 1604. Photo taken 5/27/05.
As we enter San Antonio, we find advance signage for Exit 587, Loop 1604. Loop 1604, the Anderson Loop, is the outer loop of San Antonio despite the undeveloped nature of this stretch of IH-10. Photo taken 5/27/05.

Page Updated August 12, 2006.